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The cover of Teen Titans 2 for the Game Boy Advance.

Teen Titans 2 (alternatively known as Teen Titans 2: The Brotherhood's Revenge on the title screen) is a Game Boy Advance game released in 2006, one year after the previous Teen Titans Game Boy Advance game and the same year as the Teen Titans video game for the PlayStation 2, Xbox, and Nintendo GameCube.

Gameplay

While sharing similar elements from the previous GBA game, there are some differences. One notable difference is that players now have more than one health bars. If they lose all their health in the first health bar, they will be left with at least one of health, and so on. If all health bars are depleted, the Titan dies. Some Titans have more or less health bars, and their maximum health or attacking strength can permanently be increased by finding potions or Power items.

Energy potion

An item with the shape of a chemical potion, with distinctive colors for each Titan. The Titans have different amounts of heath bars that they can have, at maximum: five for Raven and Beast Boy, six for Robin and Starfire, seven for Cyborg. They, however, can only be achieved by collecting all 3 energy potions for each Titan, scattered in various missions and locked away in different locations throughout the game. One heath bar is increased per potion.

First Second Third
Robin
  • Mission 6, Part 3.
  • Required Titan(s): Robin.
  • Mission 3, Part 2.
  • Required Titan(s): Beast Boy.
  • Mission 11, Part 2.
  • Required Titan(s): Robin.
Cyborg
  • Mission 2, Part 3.
  • Required Titan(s): Cyborg.
  • Mission 8, Part 3.
  • Required Titan(s): Beast Boy.
  • Mission 12, Part 3.
  • Required Titan(s): Beast Boy, Starfire.
Raven
  • Mission 5, Part 3.
  • Required Titan(s): Beast Boy, Raven.
  • Mission 9, Part 2.
  • Required Titan(s): Cyborg.
  • Mission 10, Part 2.
  • Required Titan(s): Starfire.
Beast Boy
  • Mission 2, Part 1.
  • Required Titan(s): Beast Boy.
  • Mission 6, Part 2.
  • Required Titan(s): Beast Boy.
  • Mission 9, Part 4.
  • Required Titan(s): Starfire, Beast Boy.
Starfire
  • Mission 5, Part 1.
  • Required Titan(s): Starfire.
  • Mission 7, Part 2.
  • Required Titan(s): Starfire.
  • Mission 12, Part 4.
  • Required Titan(s): Beast Boy, Robin, Starfire.

Power item

A T-shaped glowing item with distinctive colors for different Titans. Each Titan can increase his/her attacking strength and deal more damages to the ememies by collecting his/her two Power items, scattered in various missions and locked away in different locations throughout the game. When their maximum power is reached, the Titans can sometime deal critical hits to the enemies.

First Second
Robin
  • Mission 5, Part 3.
  • Required Titan(s): Raven.
  • Mission 1, Part 1.
  • Required Titan(s): Starfire, Beast Boy.
Cyborg
  • Mission 4, Part 2.
  • Required Titan(s): Raven.
  • Mission 1, Part 2.
  • Required Titan(s): Starfire, Beast Boy.
Raven
  • Mission 2, Part 4.
  • Required Titan(s): Raven.
  • Mission 8, Part 4.
  • Required Titan(s): Starfire, Raven.
Beast Boy
  • Mission 1, Part 1.
  • Required Titan(s): Raven, Cyborg.
  • Mission 8, Part 3.
  • Required Titan(s): Starfire, Beast Boy.
Starfire
  • Mission 5, Part 3.
  • Required Titan(s): Starfire.
  • Mission 9, Part 2.
  • Required Titan(s): Starfire.

Notes:

  1. "Required Titan(s)" are the necessary Titans you will need to unlock the doors/barriers in order to acquire the items.
  2. The order of the items are made based on the order of Titans whom you can unlock during the course of the game.

Plot

Just as the 2005 GBA game was loosely based on the H.I.V.E./Brother Blood storyline of season three, this game's plot is loosely based on the storyline of the fifth season, particularly the episodes "Calling All Titans!" and "Titans Together". The story begins with Robin escaping captivity and embarking on a mission to rescue the other Titans from the Brotherhood of Evil. At the end of each mission, there is a boss fight against a member of the Brotherhood of Evil. If the boss guards a captive Titan, he or she will be unlocked and playable for the next mission. This pattern goes on until all Titans are freed to take down the Brotherhood of Evil.

Bosses

  • Every main member of the Brotherhood of Evil, with the exception of Madame Rouge, is a boss in the game.
  • General Immortus is the first, second, and fifth boss. In the first fight, Robin battles him and he pilots a flying tank. In the second battle, Cyborg fights him and he pilots a heavily-armed tank he dubs the Titan Crusher. In the third and final battle against him, Starfire fights him and he pilots an aerial vehicle.
  • Monsieur Mallah is the third and fourth boss of the game. The first time he is fought, Raven fights him. In his second battle, Beast Boy fights him.
  • The Brain is the sixth and final boss. He sits at the top of a tower behind a series of protective force fields. Beast Boy has to climb up as a monkey and then press the buttons to shut the force fields off, while watching out for electric shocks raining down on him. After all of the force fields are deactivated, he is defeated.